byFederal Writers' Project in Georgia Works Progress Administration
This is the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration's history and study of Savannah, Georgia. Topics: Savannah (Ga.), Savannah (Ga.) History, Savannah (Ga.) Description and travel, Works Progress...
Dean’s Advisory Council discusses “topics of interest.” Phi Alpha Theta installation ceremony set. College promotes six professors. Photo: relaxing by the pool at the College Inn. Editorials: life insurance, thanks to Phi Mu and Tom Walsh on “A needed reform.” Finance Committee: budget discussed, requests listed. Biologists take ecology trip. Ravi Shankar concert (photo.) Cheerleaders announced. Photo: Brenda Houston. Baseball (2 photos, Pruitt.) Editorial supporting Coach Bedwell.... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
The Inkwell is Armstrong’s student newspaper published since 1935. This is volume two (10/23/1936-5/21/1937) bound with issues of Collegiate News in Picture & Program (no dates, from number V). Hoyt Ware, Jeanne Victor and the Inkwell staff produced five issues (55 pages including Collegiate News). Highlights: Stacy Keach’s theater, Coach Shiver’s football, founding of student organizations, naming of yearbook, coverage of student’s dress, reading habits and descriptions... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga
Student body ratifies new constitution. Photo: Greek Week. Armstrong hosts drug conference. Sex education professor extends “sit-in” invitation. Biology Dept. receives equipment. ASC schedules chess tourney. Cartoon: Saved from communism. Student regent draws controversy. SGA discusses activity fees. Letters to editor. Masquers’ Don Juan in Hell. Photo: Jo Ann Broussard. ASC will offer day camp. History Society meets Phi Alpha Tetra. Money anyone? Financial aide. Armstrong experiences... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Volume 31, September 23 1966 through July 7 1967. 13 issues. Sue Jaye Punzel, editor in chief. First Fall orientation on new campus, map in September issue. Rat week, greek organizations, series of lectures and concerts call “Lyceum.” Frank Chew directs Masquers. New buildings, new programs and self-study for accreditation. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah Ga.
Ogden Doremus to address Law Day observances. Pioneer day ’71 or the carnival came to college (photos). Masquers’ Moon for the Misbegotten. Financial Aid deadline nears. Armstrong enrollment increases. Library improvements. Grassroots performance. Steve Langston memo to Student Senate recommending policies to govern expenditures. Dean’s List. Letters to Editor. Student opinion survey conducted for self-study, results on recruitment, core curriculum, communications, and counseling.... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Students elect Dennis Pruitt SGA President, large turnout. SUSGA convention, discuss activity fees, students lead panel. Pro-rated activity fees controversy. ATCA eyes possible speaker, Rep. Hill emphasizes action. Photo: Francis Rich. New advisement policy. ASC briefs. ASC sends delegate to SUSGA. ASC grad new Miss Savannah. ASC signs Savannah’s top high school scorer, Williams is fifth Pirate recruit, Ike Williams (photo.) Baseball (photos.) Bowling, table tennis, & badminton... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
ASC Administration wings completed (2 photos.) Enrollment declines. It is true, I am moving (office) Lyn Benson. Curlew…a reality? New literary publication. Traffic violation fines. Apology for misspelled names and missing captions. New issue: groundwater. “Armstrong’s roll [sic] in the community.” Letter to the editor. Dental hygiene clinic opens doors to public (2 photos.) Greek news. Basketball (photo.) Photo: cheerleaders. Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Poet Howard Nemerov lectures in Savannah (photo.) English Department initiates changes. Lit. mag. The Curlew now ready. History Dept’s, Phi Alpha Theta honor society. SOS research: ecology needs. Teacher Education Committee. Editorials. Limbo for Calley? Selective service closes loopholes. Senior class report. Hangover? Advisement. Admin building improved. ATCA (Awareness through community action society), presents Bobby Hill. Greek Week plans. Sophomore class report, photo of officers... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Special Freshman Edition includes description of departments, faculty, advisement, orientation, Armstrong history, student organizations, & why college. “A student’s view” by Mary Ann Fields. “HSC (hypothetical student committee) recommend BFA.” Final year as a Junior College. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga..
Nader discusses environmental…(photo.) Library checkpoint system…(photo.) Council probes ASC problems. Editorial and cartoon on “ASC Administration complex.” In Memorium Richard Brevard Russell. Letters to editor. Armstrong hosts SUSGA Convention, student government. Photo: Kathy Wehunt. What do you think of the new Electronic Device in the Library? response, name & photo. Sophomore class reports. Basketball (photo of Holland.) Intramural. Caca Smith athletic trainer. Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
“Tonite: Kenny Rogers & the First Edition” (photo.) John Brewer, Chemistry, investigates petroleum storage (photo.) Blood drive. Editorials. Cartoon on campus dining. “Senior parking.” Offices move. Letters to editor: Environment, Honor Council. Focus on…Jane Rockwell (photo.) Transitions—marriages. “Insight into First Edition” band members. Masquers’ Troilus and Cressida. Photo of empty chairs caption “Sophomore class meeting.” Music Dept. forms band. Cross... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Volume 34: October 1 1969 through May 28 1970. New Fine Arts Center. Great Specked Bird newspaper. Vietnam Moratorium: news, debate, and photos(Tom Lovett.) “Geechee Gatherings” news of student organizations. Lynn Benson & H. Dean Propst arrive at Armstrong. Armstrong-Savannah State exchange. Student Operation Survival (SOS). Francine Wimbish elected Georgia State Chairman for SUSGA. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah Ga.
The Inkwell is Armstrong State University's student newspaper, continuously published since November 1935. Seven, one-page supplements to the newspaper published from October-December 1935 are combined in one file. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga.